Deploying Microsoft Exchange 2000
Writers: Dylan Miller, Jon Hoerlein
Technical Reviewers: Aidan Delaney, Tuna Oezer, Ryan Hurey, Evan Dodds, Allen Mock
Project Editor: Susan Bradley
Designer: Kristie Smith
Published: July 2001
Updated: May 2002, July 2002, November 2002
Applies To: Exchange 2000 Server SP3
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